With a week to go until news:rewired – media in motion Journalism.co.uk is pleased to announce Kred as the latest sponsor of the one-day digital journalism conference
Six things to ‘forget’ to make better video
Multimedia journalist, blogger and lecturer Adam Westbrook shares six lessons he recommends be forgotten by those who wish to be innovative in online video journalism, one of the topics to be discussed at news:rewired – media in motion
Ten interesting articles on social media optimisation
In a session on social media optimisation at news:rewired – media in motion, Nate Lanxon, editor, Wired.co.uk; Chris Hamilton, social media editor, BBC News; Martin Belam, user experience lead, the Guardian; and Darren Waters, head of devices and social media, MSN UK will explain how they reach audiences with social media. Here are links to articles with interesting facts and figures on SMO.
Announcing Business Wire as the lunch sponsor of news:rewired – media in motion
With just two weeks until news:rewired – media in motion we’re proud to announce Business Wire as the sponsor of lunch on the day of the event
A Wordle to show who is coming to news:rewired – media in motion
We have also created a Wordle to illustrate the representation of companies at the digital journalism conference on 3 February, based on the delegates attending
Links: a look at mobile reporting ahead of news:rewired
With today’s smart phones enabling journalists to tweet, file copy, and edit and upload broadcast-quality footage, mobile reporting is becoming an increasingly important part of the basic skillset for journalists, from regional patch reporters at council meetings to foreign correspondents in warzones. One of the sessions at our upcoming news:rewired digital journalism conference will look at the advances in mobile reporting and how it is being used effectively by regional newspapers, national broadcasters, freelance video journalists, and others.
news:rewired – media in motion is now sold out, here is what delegates can look forward to
As tickets have now sold out, what treats are in store for delegates attending the digital journalism conference on Friday, 3 February?
The one-day conference on the latest trends in digital journalism will open with a keynote speech from Liz Heron, social media editor at the New York Times, who will give delegates a taster of social media strategy from across the pond, outlining how the title taps into social networks for newsgathering and community engagement.
The remainder of the day will feature a total of six sessions and three workshops for delegates to choose from. See the agenda for full details.
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New York Times social media editor Liz Heron to give news:rewired keynote
Liz Heron, social media editor of the New York Times will give the keynote address at news:rewired – media in motion.
There will also be speakers at the conference, which is on the latest trends in digital journalism, from the BBC, Sky News, ITV News, Mozilla, MSN, Guardian, Times, Financial Times, Economist, AFP, Wired.co.uk, Wired.com, Trinity Mirror, Manchester Evening News, Future Publishing, Factory Media, SoundCloud and BreakingNews.
Announcing Tableau as latest sponsor of news:rewired – media in motion
Data visualisation tool Tableau is returning as sponsor of news:rewired – media in motion, Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism conference
Top tips and resources for creating powerful online video journalism
One of the sessions at news:rewired – media in motion will look at the latest trends in online video journalism. This post has links to inspire ahead of the conference